One of the most painful and personal aspects of a pastor’s ministry is the departure of church members.
These technologies help us reach more people, disciple them better, and prepare them to be sent on mission more effectively.
Prayer reminds me that I don’t have to earn my standing before God—in fact, I cannot earn it. My identity rests in Christ.
A church can excel at anything and everything else, but if the church fails to make disciples, she has wandered from her fundamental reason for existence.
Opportunities to serve are everywhere, so we need not reinvent the wheel.
More churches are doing nothing regarding outreach rather than something.
Pastors, you can’t do it all on your own, but you can lead your church to be involved in foster care and adoption.
Our ministry is to work in such a way that we are guiding the church make a local and global impact with the gospel.
Numbers are often an indicator—or symptom—of things that may be going on underneath the surface.
Our distinct gifts remind us of what we have in common with each other and why we need each other.